Google CEO Accuses Apple of Selling Privacy “as a Luxury Good”

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says in a column published in The New York Times this week that “selling privacy as a luxury good” isn’t the correct approach from a customer perspective, pointing out that unlike rivals, his company is embracing a different philosophy.

While Pichai doesn’t directly name Apple in his featured article, the Cupertino-based tech giant is without a doubt the company Google’s CEO is referring to, especially as iPhones have long been marketed as devices offering uncompromised privacy.

Pichai, however, says privacy is a right that everyone has regardless of how much they are paying for a product.

“We’ve stayed focused on the products and features that make privacy a reality — for everyone. “For everyone” is a core philosophy for Google; it’s built into our mission to create products that are universally accessible and useful,” Pichai says.

“Our mission com… (read more)

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